Brilliant Minds: Molecular Biologist Ulf Andersson Rom
September 15, 2013
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Ulf Andersson rom pursues his research in Berlin at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics. The young Dane heads a team there looking at genes that are key to development. At home, rom is involved in the topic at a practical level as well: his first child was born last year.
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